According to the official Samsung India newsroom, the company has a 65% volume market share in the smartwatch category and 31% volume market share in the TWS (INR 5.5K+ / USD 75+ segment) category for the three months ending March 2022.
Samsung leading the Indian market in the smartwatch segment and the report claimed by the IDC’s Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker.
“Galaxy Watch4 registered double digit growth QoQ in India, thanks to industry-leading features such as Body Composition and Personalized Sleep Coaching, while Galaxy Buds2 won hearts with its premium sound quality and enhanced Active Noise Cancellation. We ensured wider availability of our devices across both offline (6000+ stores across India) and online channels (all leading e-commerce platforms) and also introduced improved payment mechanisms and financing options, to improve access and drive greater affordability. We’re confident that consumers would continue to show their love for Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Buds2 as these devices help them leverage the best of Galaxy ecosystem experience,” said Aditya Babbar, Senior Director and Head of Product Marketing, Samsung India.
The whole position is led by Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 and the Galaxy Buds 2 (It has a two-way speaker that delivers clear, rich, and well-balanced sound. The three-mic system works on machine learning to offer crystal clear sound quality).
Meanwhile, Samsung will soon launch the Galaxy Watch 5 series whose model numbers have been recently confirmed by the company. As per the Tweet, the 40mm Galaxy Watch 5 is said to be available at a price tag of 300 and 350 euros for the Bluetooth and LTE models, respectively. Colors options include Pink Gold, Gray, and Silver.